Posts tagged: Washington D.C. - Diverse

“Color Blind” Is Not What It Seems

by | November 5, 2019 Among the concepts the law has distorted is “color blindness.” When Martin Luther King, Jr. Read more

Undergraduate Students Explore Careers in Foreign Affairs

by | October 9, 2019
For the second year in a row, a select group of undergraduate students got a first-hand chance [...] Read more

GWU, Among Urban Colleges Providing Scholarships to Locals

| August 9, 2017
A George Washington University scholarship has eliminated concerns about paying for college — [...] Read more

ASALH Gearing Up for Panel on Carter G. Woodson’s Life, Legacy

by Jamal Eric Watson | August 11, 2016
The Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH), founded by Dr. Cart [...] Read more

CHEA Workshop: More Transparency Needed in Accreditation Process

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | July 25, 2016
A need for more transparency and accountability in the accreditation process was just one of th [...] Read more

Management Leadership Program Aims to Boost Workforce Diversity

by Lydia Lum | July 24, 2016
Management Leadership for Tomorrow (MLT) provides minority students with one-on-one leadership [...] Read more

Advocates for Gun Control Call for Massive March in D.C.

by Jamal Eric Watson | June 28, 2016
In the wake of the gun massacre in Orlando, several civil rights and labor organizations are ca [...] Read more